Growing up, I didn’t even go to the same school 2 years consecutively until high school. Clearly, my family moved around A LOT! Sometimes it was planned, and other times it was rather impromptu, I’d say. For instance, more than once or twice at that, while visiting grandparents during Christmas vacation, my dad simply decided that we would just go ahead and stay there to live! Haha. He would then fly back to our all but forgotten old home, pack up our belongings and drive on out to our new nest. Overall, though it was not easy, I believe these numerous and often impulsive relocating experiences have given me the ability to authentically relate to others on the move--sellers, buyers, and the whole families they represent.
In high school, I was awarded a horticulture scholarship to Texas A&M and became a florist. I also completed 4 years of FFA and became a LoneStar farmer. A florist and a farmer, yes, I have been, and I am proud to say so! I am, too, a certified dental assistant; I’ve been a Starbucks barista; and I worked for the Town of Trophy Club, as well as the Municipal Utilities District, (MUD), for 3 years respectively. Currently, I am a licensed real estate agent, and I also work part-time at Roanoke Pharmacy where I have the joy of serving, loving, and sharing life with precious patients and sweet, shoppers, day by day. So, whether I have been creating colorful floral arrangements for a bride-to-be, whipping up a stealthy, hot cup of coffee for a cherished customer, gathering knowledge from community and business leaders, honoring brave first responders, or developing and deepening friendships in and around the area. I treasure greatly, building relationships with people--all kinds of people with uniquely woven stories -- and connecting one to another.
Earnestly, my real estate career actually began in Palo Alto, California close to twenty years ago. In representing buyers and sellers there in the Bay Area, I was blessed with the opportunity to help many satisfied individuals and families realize their dream of home ownership, and I am just as thankful, if not more so, to be working as realtor for over 2 years now here in Texas. My commitment does not stop with the sell or purchase of a home, though, as I seek to help clients get acclimated to their new environment by introducing them to nearby conveniences, quaint and whimsical surroundings, and friendly acquaintances that I pray will produce beautiful memories and lifelong friendships.
I have been joyously married for over 23 years through thick and thin to my amazingly affirming and adoring husband, Joel Quile, Pastor and Church Planter of Bara Church in Trophy Club. By his side, I have the honor of loving, serving, leading, and disciplining our 3 distinctly awesome adult children, their spouses, grandkiddos, as well as our community and God’s people altogether! We have called Trophy Club home for over 11 years and have moved from home to home around this town more than once. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, running, cooking, planning events, playing games and pulling pranks, singing with my friends at “Pickin’ and Grinnin,’ (Ask me!), laughing and celebrating others up big time, and so much more. I love life pure and simple. I especially love praying, reading God’s Word, and let me tell ya, I love Jesus more than anything.
I count it a privilege to work with Lori and our DFW Legacy Real Estate Team/family who together with heartful integrity and downhome kindness have the expertise, experience and negotiating power to get the job done.
It has been said that part of the American dream is to have a place to call home…
/hōm/noun - a place or feeling of belonging; a gathering place for
friends and family.
What a joy it is for me to get to help others achieve this dream...this blessing called home!